Data centre WEDOS 3 “kravín” – first virtual view

So far, 2020 is a very action-packed year for us. Several services are close to completion(WMS, WEDOS Cloud), others are being prepared for beta tests or are already being tested (WEDOS CD, WEDOS WebSite). It’s a good thing we recruited 5 new colleagues last year and will be adding more in February 🙂 However, we also moved forward with our third datacenter project. Since it will have sloping roofs and be in the countryside, we call it a “cowshed” 🙂

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How datacentres are connected

In addition to our existing datacenter “Bunker” we decided to build a second datacenter “Trezor”, where the technology of cooling servers in an oil bath is completely used. The waste heat is then discharged into the municipal swimming pool. At the moment, the construction work has been completed and we are working on the internal infrastructure. At the end of April we blew out the optics. We learned a lot of new things and, of course, recorded everything for you.

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How the DC1 modernisation is going – April 2019

Modernization of our first datacenter “Bunker” started last October. It was a long-planned project based on the newly gained experience with the DC2 construction and especially with the currently ongoing TIER IV certification. We had to start thinking differently, find new technologies and also adapt to the technological trends of today and the near future.

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How the construction of our second datacenter is going

We are not afraid to write that our second datacentre will be one of the Czech technological uniquenesses of which we can all be proud. All servers in it will be cooled in an oil bath. This cooling technology is incomparably more economical than air cooling. In addition, it will allow us to move the excess heat to the nearby municipal swimming pool, where we will use it to heat the pool. This way, the bulk of the waste heat is recovered instead of being vented outside.

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